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Probably just another hamburger tentacle like the Illuminati inferred on the moon when the chemtrails got us with the nanobots that turn our spines into antennas for the cell towers to mind control us with the GMO radiation fuel (For the nanobots.)

The moon is hallow, that's where the Alpha Draconian reptilian changelings rule us. Wake up, sheeple.

Yes unless you are all willing to engage in this conversation then we're all talking about a rock. A rock that inspires religious rats.
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A person with experience in Photoshop can put two more rats next to that rock. I won't believe it until I see a photo of the robot actually holding it while that rat tries to viciously bite off the claw of the robot.
Edited by Captain1337 - 6/1/13 at 1:17pm
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A person with experience in Photoshop can put two more rats next to that rock. I won't believe it until I see a photo of the robot actually holding it while that rat tries to viciously bite off the claw of the robot.

No need for photoshop. Most of the time things like that don't need to be photoshopped. Humans tend to see things that aren't really there, or mistake one object for another (such as faces on Mars from a while ago or when we see faces in pieces of wood). Some people take what they see too seriously and end up seeing something that isn't there and they hang onto that belief and there isn't anything anyone can say to make them change their minds.
    
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Fox News.

Since when has Fox been actual news?




It's not funny anymore.
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Really I feel bad for anyone who takes any major news source seriously.
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Really I feel bad for anyone who takes any major news source seriously.

Agree. Best to read them all and then draw your own conclusion, as it seems most these days having either been bought out or are just extremely biased.
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Al Jazeera English, baby.
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Looks more like an iguana than a rat.
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are you familiar with AP. it doesnt sound like it from your post. AP reports news and conducts journalism and all reporters are held by a strong code of ethics and rules to be followed by a professional journalist. broadcast news does not have those ethics or rules other than FCC guidelines. i think you should learn more about mass communications. its pretty interesting thumb.gif

I am married to a journalist (who read your comment over my shoulder and chuckled.) I am quite familiar with AP. I have bookshelves full of AP style books and more newspapers than I know what to do with. Bias does not mean "wrong" or "inaccurate" intrinsically, which is how I think you are construing my statement, A strong code of ethics also only ensures that the articles or photos are free from deliberately false information, plagiarism, or incorrect sourcing; it is not a guarantee of correctness. I'm not trying to impugn the AP, but everything is written from a biased perspective regardless of intent.

However, you are still 100% missing my point. Let me restate it. Ignoring articles because the source is questionable limits oneself. Read much and question everything. Do not read little and question nothing.
Comparing Fox News to CNN or even MSNBC misses the point, too.
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are you familiar with AP. it doesnt sound like it from your post. AP reports news and conducts journalism and all reporters are held by a strong code of ethics and rules to be followed by a professional journalist. broadcast news does not have those ethics or rules other than FCC guidelines. i think you should learn more about mass communications. its pretty interesting thumb.gif

I am married to a journalist (who read your comment over my shoulder and chuckled.) I am quite familiar with AP. I have bookshelves full of AP style books and more newspapers than I know what to do with. Bias does not mean "wrong" or "inaccurate" intrinsically, which is how I think you are construing my statement, A strong code of ethics also only ensures that the articles or photos are free from deliberately false information, plagiarism, or incorrect sourcing; it is not a guarantee of correctness. I'm not trying to impugn the AP, but everything is written from a biased perspective regardless of intent.

However, you are still 100% missing my point. Let me restate it. Ignoring articles because the source is questionable limits oneself. Read much and question everything. Do not read little and question nothing.
Comparing Fox News to CNN or even MSNBC misses the point, too.

there was no comparison between any of those sources of news by the way. your reading comprehension skills are embarrassing
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